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GSM operators and poor customer service
It is unfortunate for more than 160 million subscribers to the Global system for Mobile Communications (GSM) in Nigeria that the regulatory systems, specifically the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) appear to have turned deaf ears more...
Who’s addressing Nigeria’s growing debt?
A warning by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that Nigeria among other sub-Saharan African countries should pay attention to their rising debt profile and diversify their economies to avoid another looming economic crisis should not be ignored by governing authorities in the more...
Curious ISI’s hijab controversy
The ongoing crisis at the International School Ibadan (ISI) over the wearing of hijab by Muslim girls of the secondary school located in the University of Ibadan is needless and misguided. It is a dangerous misadventure that does not warrant the energy, time and emotion dissipate more...
2019: What is really at stake?
As politicians and other stakeholders make permutations towards the general elections in 2019, nothing has become as unclear and dreadful as what fortunes may befall the country in the days ahead. And the reasons for this are evident in the current state of the nation: The countr more...
Nigeria can’t be world’s poverty capital
A report the other day that Nigeria of barely 198 million people has just dethroned India of more than one billion people as the global capital of extreme poverty is a sad commentary of public affairs in the county.It should be an unacceptable paradox of development that the worl more...
FG, ASUU and precarious university education
The relative peace currently prevailing in the country’s public university system appears to be under some serious threat. The frequency of strikes by the various unions, namely the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, and the Joint Action Committee, JAC, comprising the more...
Buhari, Atiku in battle of integrity over 2019 poll
THE brickbats continued yesterday between  President Muhammadu Buhari and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar.The All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Congress (PDP) are gearing up for the February presidential election.Atiku beat 11 opponents to get t more...
What is Nigeria celebrating at 58
Today, as always, at this time of the year, Nigerians from every tribe and tongue, join their compatriots scattered all over the world to mark the anniversary of Nigeria’s independence from colonial Britain in 1960.And as it is usual for many Nigerians, it is a day of pomp and more...
Interview by premiumtimesSemiu Okanlawon is the spokesperson of Osun State governor, Rauf Aregbesola, whose tenure lapses November 27. In this excerpts from an extensive interview with Premium Times’ Bisi Abidoye, Evelyn Okakwu and Kunle Sanni two weeks ago, he spoke about more...
Consistent with his usual knack for seeing seemingly intractable challenges through to a tolerable state, Acting President Yemi Osinbajo’s order to the Inspector General of Police to “overhaul” the controversial police unit called the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SAR more...
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